Integrative Learning: An M.Ed. Encompassing Cross-Disciplinary Skills for 21st Century Teaching
Designed for todayâ€™s dynamic teaching and administrative roles, ¶ºÄÌÊÓÆµâ€™s online Master of Education (M.Ed.) equips you with the specialized knowledge and skills to engage students and build learning communities in an ever-evolving educational environment. Integrative Learning encompasses the cross-disciplinary concepts of whole-child teaching, multiple literacies, STEM, and community-based education to help educators working in traditional and nontraditional educational settings.
Flexible Pacing, Personalized Support
Our program is offered in convenient 8-week online sessions, 6-times per yearâ€”spring, summer, and fall. This allows you to pursue your M.Ed. in the format that works best for you, whether you are earning credits toward your masterâ€™s equivalency or want to pursue accelerated degree completion in 18 months*.
Since our founding in 1947, Stevenson has been known for our personalized approach to education, experienced and accessible faculty, and a strong career focus so what you learn today can be applied on the job tomorrow. From your faculty to your success coach, you will have the individualized attention and support that makes a difference in your education.
Choosing the Right Online University is an Important Investment in Your Future
- Convenient, online sessions with flexible pacing for working adults
- Personalized attention and accomplished faculty with real world experience
- Career-focused programs that provide specialized skills for 21st century educators
- Accessible and affordable with financial aid options
*Note: A studentâ€™s completion time is dependent upon the number of existing credits they have and can transfer, the number of credits they choose to take each term, and the terms in which they enroll.
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- Completion of bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution.
- Official college transcripts from all previous academic work. If the transcripts are from an institution located outside of the United States, students must submit an official course-by-course transcript evaluation from an organization that is a current member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). A member list is available on the .
- Cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in past academic work.
- Personal statement.
$505.00 Per Credit / $1,515.00 Per Course (3 Credits)
- ¶ºÄÌÊÓÆµ Online has simplified the cost of your Masterâ€™s of Education in Integrative Learning degree by eliminating all fees.
Whether you are leading curricular reform or engaging community stakeholders to ensure student success, our M.Ed. will provide you foundational skills and knowledge through courses such as Cognitive, Social, and Emotional Development of Learners; Socio-Political and Cultural Influences on Families, Communities, and Organizations; Digital Literacy and Media; and Innovative Teaching and Learning for 21st Century Skills.
You can then expand your focus and specialization through electives via our cross-disciplinary pathways in integrative learning.
Engaged Learning for 21st Century Skills
- STEM Curriculum Principles and Practices
- Mathematical Concepts and Problem Solving for Middle School Teachers
- Principles of Special Education
- Teaching and Learning for Specialized Populations
- Issues in STEM Education
- Foundations of Literacy
- Literacy Assessment
- Culturally Responsive Literacy
- Literacy Strategies in STEM Content Areas
- Nonverbal Communication
Community Engagement and Leadership
- Foundations and Frameworks of Community-Based Education
- Program Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation
- Youth Development
- Volunteer Management
- Advocacy in Community-Based Organizations
Education Certificate Options
Stevenson offers three distinct, fully-online graduate certificate programs for those interested in advancing their careers in either formal or non-formal education settings. Students can select from certificate options in:
- Community-Based Education and Leadership (15 credit hours)
- Literacy Education (15 credit hours)
- Secondary STEM Teaching and Learning (18 credit hours)